A family member has been required to pay child support to his ex-wife who has basically cut all ties to her 3 kids. The children live with the father and he provides all needs for them. The mother refuses to support the children at all and instead uses the child support money paid to her on her... View More
If he's paying child support then most likely it is Order or Judgment of the court----please contact a few family law attorneys in your area, set up a consultation and take a copy of Order and Judgment and discuss the pro and cons of going back to Court to change it where the father has...View More
If a child is with the dad from christmas til new years and the mom asks if she can take him on a cruise during that time and he says yes can he later change his mind and keep the child for Christmas and the time he has in the custody papers or since the agreement has been writen down in text does... View More
Technically, it is the court Order that controls where the child where children should be if the parties cannot agree. That being said, having had a written agreement to a one time alteration does complicate the situation. The facts you describe will not likely give you the ability to successfully...View More
If your apartment was raided and your electronics were seized under a search warrant, it's understandable that you would want updates on your case. However, contacting the police officer directly may not be the best approach, especially if you are a suspect in the case. Police officers are...View More
The report was made a month ago. I have an ongoing custody battle with my ex. I was never questioned or investigated. The allegations were unfounded. However, the board of DD still shared the report with the guardian ad litem and it will be mentioned in court and detrimental to my case. I did not... View More
This question is missing some critical details neccessary to answer it fully. Has discovery been conducted? Was it conducted by an attorney for this person? If the questioner has hired counsel this is a question for that attorney. Also it is crucial to know whether or not this is a dependency...View More
I always recommend pleading not Guilty. The OVI is a high level misdemeanor. A first OVI carries 6 points on your license, which will definitely affect your insurance rates. You will also get a 1-3 year license suspension. So, this is something not to take lightly. It will have an impact on...View More
Obviously, it's an abuse of process to swear out of false affidavit. Unfortunately, It is nearly impossible to get law enforcement to charge someone when it is connected to alleged domestic violence. Also, unfortunately for your brother, unless there are temporary orders in place regarding...View More
Under Ohio law, specifically O.R.C. Section 1345.02, which deals with unfair or deceptive acts or practices, most businesses operating in the state, including AT&T's Internet division, are subject to these regulations. This law applies broadly to consumer transactions and is designed to...View More
Your rights are going to depend on your marital status with the mother. If you and mother were married, your rights are identical to hers. If you and mother are not married however. You ought to file a motion to establish your custody over the children. You may do this either petitioning the court...View More
If you believe a Veterans Health Administration (VHA) employee has violated your privacy rights under HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act), you do have options to address this violation. However, it's important to understand that HIPAA does not provide a direct...View More
In Ohio, if you sold a puppy on a payment plan without any written agreement, and the buyer is now not making payments, your options for recourse can be limited due to the lack of formal documentation. However, the verbal agreement you had is still a contract, albeit harder to prove in court....View More
For U.S. citizenship, meeting the Physical Presence Requirement is typically a key criterion. However, in certain cases, exceptions can be made. Given that you work onboard ships for a U.S.-based company, this might be considered a special circumstance.
I bought a car with written texts it was 2000 plus I had to pay to fix several things also in text, she made escuses on the title and 2 months later now is telling me I have to pay her 2000 more. Is there a way to fight this?
File a complaint in small claims court for breach of contract and print out the texts and attach them as an exhibit. When referring to the contract make reference to the exhibit. Also be sure to show how you paid and how the cousin received the funds. Hiring an attorney would likely take every...View More
Under current state regulations they can. While the technical effective date of the voter initiated statute, is December 7, 2023, Ohio's General Assembly and the Department of Commerce and the Department of Development have yet to flesh out the new regulatory structure for the actual sale...View More
It is unlikely that the school district can intervene as long as the parent has properly filed to homeschool the children and is complying with the OAC regulations concerning testing and reporting. Are either child on an IEP? is there evidence either is failing to receive a Free and Appropriate...View More
I've been asked by a friend to witness delivery of a legal form, and we'd both like to know what the legal process is to make sure I, as witness, can confirm delivery, or if there's an official that needs to be hired/present during the delivery of the form
For a legal form to have been witnessed as delivered, a witness must sign and date the form, acknowledging that they have seen the delivery to the intended recipient. The witness should also print their name and address on the form. In some cases, the witness may also be required to provide an...View More
We received a letter stating that we would be switching from Barnett Management to Continental Management. We paid Continental and I called Barnett to confirm the change. I was blindsided by the summons and didn't realize I owed anything to Barnett as I was told to pay Continental. I never... View More
You have a defense of payment (Accord and Satisfaction). The HOA will assert that you were late in payment and never paid until the law firm was engaged and you received the complaint. The ability to demonstrate the timing of your payment will be critical to your defense.
Has your husband opened an estate for your late mother-in-law? If not, no. Even if an estate has been opened in probate court it will need to go into the estate's account. As executor, your husband has a duty to marshal his mother's estate assets and distribute them according to her...View More
My great grandfather passed away over 10 years ago without a will. Assuming the next of kin would get the property my grandmother never did anything with the deed. She never put the house in her name or anything and has been staying there ever since. The property tax has been “exempt” because... View More
Please get a hold of a real estate litigator in your town. It sounds like you need more advice than this forum can provide. Your question does not contain facts that are crucial to analyzing this issue. Has there been an action filed against the property owners? How was the property titled?...View More
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